Essex County Summer Musical Players: Return to Live Classical

Conductor Nate White and the "Essex County Summer Players Orchestra" invite you to a free concert this Sunday August 1 at 3pm in the air conditioned Livingston High School Auditorium. 

This 20th season concert features Beethoven's St. Stephen Overture, Faure's poignant Pellias et Mellisande, and the beautifully elegant Symphony No, 1 in C by Georges Bizet.

The fifty piece orchestra is made up of skilled amateurs, students, and retired musicians from Livingston and beyond who met weekly this summer. For most, it was a return to engaging in the joy of live musical performance in well over a year.  We look forward in sharing our passion with you this Sunday.

 

 

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  1. Jilda Sidebottom
  2. 973-263-5760
  3. jildaside@optonline.net
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Conductor Nate White and the "Essex County Summer Players Orchestra" invite you to a free concert this Sunday August 1 at 3pm in the air conditioned Livingston High School Auditorium.

This 20th season concert features Beethoven's St. Stephen Overture, Faure's poignant Pellias et Mellisande, and the beautifully elegant Symphony No, 1 in C by Georges Bizet.

The fifty piece ...

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Try Eat Clean Bro and Save 10% Off Your Order

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Are You Ready for The Weekend? Check Out What's New at NEW LEAF Consignment

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New Docu-Series Explores the Resilience of Morristown Businesses During Covid-19 Pandemic

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Start Slow

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Time Management

The first ...

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Berry Crisp

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